The divorce of Zoho co-founder and CEO Sridhar Vembu is making headlines again, this time with allegations from his soon-to-be ex-wife that he has abandoned her and their special needs son and is keeping them from receiving their fair share.
The couple has been going through a bitter divorce battle for some time now, with Vembu’s estranged wife alleging that he transferred ownership of their properties and businesses without her knowledge. Now, she has added new allegations to the mix, claiming that Vembu has abandoned her and their son and is denying them their rightful share of assets.
According to reports, the couple’s son has special needs and requires expensive medical care. Vembu’s wife claims that he has failed to provide adequate financial support for their son’s care and has left them in a dire financial situation.
Vembu’s wife also alleges that he is attempting to conceal assets and has refused to disclose information about his business interests and financial holdings. She claims that this has made it difficult for her to obtain a fair settlement in the divorce.
The allegations have caused a stir in the tech community, where Vembu is well-respected for his work at Zoho. Many have expressed concern about the impact that the divorce and allegations could have on the company and its employees.
Zoho has not yet commented on the allegations, and Vembu has not made any public statements regarding the matter. However, the case is expected to continue to play out in court, with both sides presenting their arguments and evidence.
Divorce battles are never easy, and when high-profile individuals are involved, they can often become even more complex and contentious. The case of Sridhar Vembu and his soon-to-be ex-wife is a reminder of the challenges that can arise when personal and business interests become entwined, and the importance of transparency and fair play in such situations.
As the case continues, many will be watching closely to see how it unfolds and what impact it may have on Zoho and the wider tech industry. For now, the focus remains on the allegations and the need for a fair and just resolution for all involved.